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Fertilizer

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Fertilizer - a word that rarely sounds good to the ears, but nevertheless it can be necessary for growth.

At Greenpeas, however, the matter is different - here we have nothing to do with fertilizer - our plants produce it themselves!

Does it make its own fertilizer? Yep!

Legumes have over time grown strong under the Nordic climates, where the soil has been less nutritious for periods.

That is why you see that the leguminous plant today produces its own nitrogen - taken directly from the air in which it grows. 

The leguminous plant also gives back to nature. These stores of natural nitrogen are stored in the root network and can thus be passed on to the next crop.

 

After the harvest, the plant is dug down and thus passes its nitrogen to the soil, so that the next crop benefits from it. 

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